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for being here with us on "cnn sunday morning" and we are handing it over to candy crowley right now. >>> and the reports conclusions, the threat is more complex and more diversetth terrists groupsop operational value in conducting your frequent and less sophisticated attacks. al qaeda or an affiliate will succeed at getting some kind of attack through in the next few years. >> there will alws be the potential for a group if they are willing to die to kill other people. >> nine years after 9/11, the threat has changed, but it remains. today, an anxious anniversary, with homeland security seety, janet napolitano, and former homeland security, michael chertoff and then fred to townsand. >>> and then former house republican leader dick armey and trent lott. i am candy crowley, and this is state of the union. this 9/11 was remarkable for it's divisiveness, and protests from the cultural islamic center from blocks away, and protests in pakistan and afghanistan. >>re seeing today riots in afghanistan,ots in that threaten our young men and women in uniform. and although this may be one indi
joining us. i'm don lemon at the cnn world headquarters in atlanta. have a great week. thanks for watching. good night. >>> a nevuw port says the u.s. is now particularly vulnerable to homegwn terrorism the report's conclusions, the threat is more complex and more diverse than at any time over the past nine years. terrorist grps see operational value in conducting more frequent and lesphisticated attacks. by the law of averages, al qae or an affiliate will succeed in getting some kind of attack through in the next years. >> there is always going to be the potential r an individual or a small gup of individuals, if they are willing to die, to killther people. >> nine years after 9/11, the threat has changed, but it remains.ni today, an anxious anniversary with homeland curity secretary janet napolitanoformer homeland security secretary michael chertoff, and former white house counterterrorism adviser, fran townsend. >>> then 51 days out from the midterm elections. politics with house democratic leader steny hoyer. and the battle for the soul of the gop with former house republican leader di
christopher lives to tell the tale to the rest of us. get wsoon. >>> that's it for this edition of "reliae sources." i'm howard kurtz. join us again next sunday morning, 11:00 a.m. eastern, for another critical look at the media. "state of the union" with candy crowley begins right now. >>> a new report sys the u.s. is now particularly vulnerable to homegrown terrorism. the report's conclusions, the threat is more complex and more diverse than at any time over the past nine years. terrorist groups see operational value in conducting more frequent and less sophisticated attacks. by the law of averages, al qaeda or an affiliate will succeed in getting some kind of attack through in the next years. >> there is always going to be the potential for an individual or a small group of individuals, if they are willing to die, to kill other people. >> nine years after 9/11,, the threat has changed, but it remains. today, an anxious anniversary with homelansecurity security janet napolitano, former homeland security secretary michael chertoff andun former white house counterterrorism adviser, fran t
will join us then. right now stay tuned for the riveting documentary starting right now, "the atlanta child murders." -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> for two years, the bodies of black children had been found in the woods, then the rivers of atlanta, georgia. in all, more than two dozen victims, most of them strangled. by may, 1981, the police and fbi were hiding in the brush beside and below the river bridges. this was to be the last night, almost the last hour. >> i heard the splash. >> bob campbell, a police recruit, jumped to his feet down beside the chattahoochee river. chat >> i was really startled. it sounded like a body entering the water. >> he looked up at the bridge. >> and i saw brake lights of a car coming. i saw red lights. the car started slowly moving away from me across the bridge. >> campbell radioed the other team members up above him. >> i asked, did a car stop on the bridge? because i couldn't believe what i saw. and each person told me they didn't see it. >> then a policeman in a chase car hidden on the other side came on the radio. >> he just said, the car i
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